The position encompasses three areas of responsibility: Artist in Residence, Instructor, and Ceramics Technician. As Artist in Residence, the chosen applicant will be expected to maintain a vigorous personal studio practice, serving as an example to students. A private studio, materials, and access to all ceramics area equipment is included. As an Instructor, the successful candidate will teach a 2/2 course load in subject areas the candidate is suitably qualified for. Courses range from the introductory to graduate level. As the Ceramics Technician, responsibilities include working approximately 10-15 hours a week assisting in the oversight of the ceramics studio.
This 9-month, full-time position that can be renewed yearly for up to three years. An MFA is required. The deadline for application is June 1st.